Proclaiming the virtues of ‘empiricism,’ Joshua Muravchik depicts the late Michael
Harrington as laying the basis for ‘a logically sound utilitarian argument for killing
some people in order to get there,’ that is, to a ‘new, higher, happier level of human
existence.’ (‘The Neoconservative Persuasion and Foreign Policy: An Interview
with Joshua Muravchik,’ Democratiya 11).
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